Weston Kieschnick
Senior Fellow, International Foundation for Leadership in Education (ICLE)

As a former teacher, principal, instructional development coordinator, and dean of education, Weston Kieschnick has driven change and improved student learning in multiple capacities. Now, as an experienced instructional coach, Weston helps to transform schools and districts by implementing online and blended learning for students, teachers, and leaders. Mr. Kieschnick is the author of the best-selling Bold School, a book John Hattie calls “an essential part of every educator’s toolbox.” He also created “The Bold School Framework for Strategic Blended Learning,” a step-by-step guide.

Connect with Weston on LinkedIn and follow him on Twitter @Wes_Kieschnick.

As a former teacher, principal, instructional development coordinator, and dean of education, Weston Kieschnick has driven change and improved student learning in multiple capacities. Now, as an experienced instructional coach, Weston helps to transform schools and districts by implementing online and blended learning for students, teachers, and leaders. Mr. Kieschnick is the author of the best-selling Bold School, a book John Hattie calls “an essential part of every educator’s toolbox.” He also created “The Bold School Framework for Strategic Blended Learning,” a step-by-step guide.

Connect with Weston on LinkedIn and follow him on Twitter @Wes_Kieschnick.

BLOG POSTS
Debunking the 'Education Is Broken' Myth
Thought leader Weston Kieschnick argues that education isn't broken. The tools we use to teach are just changing.
Weston Kieschnick
Senior Fellow, International Foundation for Leadership in Education (ICLE)
January 28, 2019
Class Size Matters
Does class size matter? Class size research reveals that smaller classrooms allow teachers greater proximity to the students and more opportunity for one-to-one instruction.
Weston Kieschnick
Senior Fellow, International Foundation for Leadership in Education (ICLE)
March 02, 2018
Bold School: Becoming a Blended Learning Master
EdTech thought leader Weston Kieschnick started exploring blended learning over a decade ago. He shares his best practices and advice on keeping the role of teacher in the blended learning equation.
Weston Kieschnick
Senior Fellow, International Foundation for Leadership in Education (ICLE)
April 05, 2017